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By Derong Liu, Fei-Yue Wang

Computational Intelligence (CI) is a lately rising quarter in primary and utilized learn, exploiting a few complex info processing applied sciences that often embrace neural networks, fuzzy good judgment and evolutionary computation. With an immense challenge to exploiting the tolerance for imperfection, uncertainty, and partial fact to accomplish tractability, robustness and coffee answer price, it turns into obtrusive that composing equipment of CI could be operating at the same time instead of individually. it's this conviction that study at the synergism of CI paradigms has skilled major development within the final decade with a few parts nearing adulthood whereas many others ultimate unresolved. This booklet systematically summarizes the most recent findings and sheds mild at the respective fields that will bring about destiny breakthroughs.

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In this design we are guided by several requirements. First, we would like to achieve a substantial level of flexibility so that the structure could be easily and effectively adjusted to the experimental data and a variety of problems and their underlying logic settings. Second, we would like to assure a high level of interpretability which is the case here: evidently each neuron comes with a well-defined semantics and our intent is to retain it so at the very end the network can be easily mapped (translated) into a well-structured and transparent logic expression.

3. 0563, and the original plant is unstable. 6185. Thus, the controlled plant is stable. 1(a) shows the waveform of x\{k) with initial conditions si(0) = £2(0) = 2:3(0) = 2 and r = 1. 1(a). 1(b) shows Xi(k) with initial conditions Xi(0) = -X"2(0) = X3(0) = "very very close to 2", represented by triangle fuzzy numbers with supports of size 2 x 10~ 10 . R = "very very close to 1", represented by a triangle fuzzy number with support of size 2 x l O - 1 0 . Note that in this case the behavior of the type-I LDS is almost the same as that of its conventional counterpart.

In this chapter, a LDS is called a type-I LDS if its states are linguistic and its evolving laws are constructed based on conventional functions by using the fuzzy extension principle [10, 28], while a LDS is called a type-II LDS if its states are linguistic and its evolving laws are modeled by a finite number of linguistic rules. The difference between type-I and type-II LDS is two-folds: First, the evolving laws of type-I LDS are of crisp forms and the fuzzy extension principle is used to assign linguistic meanings of new states based on previous states.

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